Your Perfect Renovation Opportunity!
18 Oswald Street, Invermay
- Land area approx 455sqm
- Floor area approx 119sqm
- Council Rates $1600/year
- Water Rates $1100/year
Are you a first-time homebuyer seeking a property with a touch of history? Or perhaps you're an investor looking for a potential gem in the market? Look no further – original, and a little worse for wear, bring this home back to life with your own flair and ingenuity.
Occupied by the Turner family since it was built in 1935, this home features the large porch, shingled accents, steep roof and spacious hallways typical of the "California Bungalow" style popular between the two World Wars. The exterior boasts original sash windows, reminiscent of the era, and beautiful lead light glass that adds a touch of elegance.
While this home has historic charm, it's also an excellent canvas for your renovation dreams.
As you step inside, you'll discover the true potential of this property. Currently set up as a 3-4 bedroom residence, the layout could do with some reconfiguration.
The kitchen and bathroom are in need of a makeover, presenting an exciting opportunity for you to customise them to your liking.
The garage holds a pivotal place in Launceston's past. In this space, Mr Turner built the machinery to manufacture the city's first ice-cream, and several cars which raced at Longford were also prepared and modified in this modest structure.
Located in the desirable neighbourhood of Invermay, this property offers convenience and a sense of community. You'll find yourself in close proximity to local amenities, schools, parks and public transportation, making daily life a breeze.
Contact us today to arrange a viewing and embark on a journey of renovation and possibilities.
- Built In Wardrobes
- Ensuite 1
- Toilets 2
- Uncovered Carspaces 3
- Close to Transport
- Close to Shops
- Close to Schools
- Car Parking - Surface
- Nearby Government Schools
- Nearby Private Schools